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ALLERLEI 



'03 



VOLUME X 




LASELL SEMINARY 

AUBURNDALE, MASSACHUSETTS 
19 2 



Frank Wood, Printer 
Boston. 




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help, this HUerlei is respectfully Dedicated 

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Class of Nineteen r>undred and t^bree* 



Ipreface. 



VlFTER two years of silence the Allerlei again speaks* That its 
^^ vacation has served to strengthen, not weaken it, is the earnest 
wish of those who have given it tongtte* 

Much thought, consultation and anxiety have been spent on it* 
May it be received with as much delight, amusement and appreciation 
by the readers is the desire of the Junior Class* 



Boarb of lEMtors. 



Editor-in- Chief* 
Ida M. Mali.ory. 

Associate Editors* 

Joel J. Lapowski. Edna A. Frank. 

Marie L. Gibert. Lena Armstrong. 

Isabella T. Blackstock. Edith M. Ebersole, 

Business Ma.na.ger, 
Bertha B. Hayden. 

Assistant Business Manager, 
Carrie T. George. 



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dfacult^. 



Charles C. Bragdon . . . . . . . PrincipaL 

" Mark the perfect man 

George F. Jewitt, Associate Principal ; Bible ; Constitution of United 

States; Political Econo?ny. 

And behold the upright." 

Caroline A. Carpenter, Assistant Principal ; Preceptress ; English 
Literature ; History; Manners ; Dress. 

" Better a little chiding than a great deal of heart-break." 

William J. Rolfe, Litt.D. . . . . _ , Shakespeare. 

" Fearless minds climb soonest unto crowns." 

F. Elizabeth Wilder . . . . Assistant in Shakespeare, 

" Our mjriad-minded Shakespeare." 

Herbert E. Wells . . . . Bookkeeping ; Penmanship, 

" Guide the erring aright " [a-writej. 

Lillian M. Packard . . . . . . Mathematics, 

" Blessed are the peacemakers on earth." 

Guy M. Winslow, Ph.D. .... Physical Sciences, 

" I do remember an apothecary, — 
And hereabouts he dwells." 

Clara M. Austin . . . . . . . . English, 

" Infinite riches in a little room." 

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EvELYX Bates ........ Latin; Greek, 

" Higli erected thoughts seated in the heart of courtesy." 

Jeanne Le Royer ........ French. 

^ " The word ' rest' is not in my vocabulary." 

H ERMINE C. Stuven ....... German. 

" The artillery of her eye." 

Bla^^che C. Martin .... Reading ; Expression. 

" Speak freely what you think." 

Martha E. Ransom . Director of Physical Culture; Swi?nming. 

" The wise for cure on exercise depend." 

Florence E. Marston .... Assistant in Gy?nnastics. 

" Hang sorrow ! care will kill a cat, 
And therefore let's be merry." 

Annie P. Call . . . . . . . . Nerve Training. 

" And mistress of herself though china fall." 

Lieut. Charles A. Ranlett ..... Military Drill. 

" The apparel oft proclaims the man." 

" We'll have a swashing and a martial outside." 

Mary L. Nutt ........ Care of Health. 

" They are never alone that are accompanied with noble thoughts." 

Joseph A. Hills . . . . . . . . Pia^toforte. 

" The very pink of perfection." 

Priscilla White ....... Voice Culture. 

" A soul as white as heaven." 

Helen Goodrich .... Assistant- in Voice Culture. 

" Whose yesterdays look backward with a smile." 

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Henry M. Dunham ....... Organ Harmony, 

" All tongues speak of him." 

Edith L. Winn .... Violin; Guitar; Mandolin. 

" The music in my heart I bore 
Long after it was heard no more." 

Arthur E. French ....... Chorus Singing, 

" I pray thee, sort thy heart to patience." 

Mary A. Mullikin ...... Drawing ; Painting, 

" Charms strike the sight; merit wins the soul." 

Adeline L. Adams . . . . . . . History of Art, 

*' So vast is art." 

Miriam N. Loomis, Cooking; Demonstration and Practise; Ex^eri- 

fnent Hall; Hom,e Sanitation. 

** All the beauty of the place 
Is in thy heart and on thy face." 

Alice A. Cutting ..... Sewing; Dress- cutting, 

" Style is the dress of thought." 

Nellie B. Dyer ....... Phonography , 

" A modest manner fits a maid." 



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Senior Class. 



Motto : ** Lifting better up to best/' 

Class Colors: Yale Blue and "White. Class Flower : "White Carnation. 

Class Yell : Che-he, Che -ha, Che-ha, ha, ha, 
'02, '02, Rah, Rah, Rah ! 



HONORARY MEMBER. 
Henry Van Dyke, D.D., LL.D. 



Joanna Dee:ring 
LoTTA Hewson . 
Annie Mae Pinkham 
Mabel Goodwin 



Name. 


Club. 


Grace Bullock, 


Lasellia, 


Ellen Chase, 


Lasellia, 


Laura Chase, 




Bell Clokey, 


Lasellia, 


Joanna Deering, 


Lasellia, 


Cornelia Douglass, 


Lasellia, 


Bessie Draper, 


S. D., 


Georgie Duncan, 




Florence Ebersole, 


S. D., 


Bessie Fuller, 





President. 

Vice Pi'esident, 

Treasurer. 

Secretary. 

Residence. 

Pawtucket^ R. I. 

Los Angeles., Cal. 

Los Angeles^ Cal. 

Decatur., Lll. 

Saco^ Ale. 

Troy^ Ohio. 

Lansingburgk., JV. T. 

Bath, Me. 

Cinciitnati, Ohio. 

Sujffleld, Conn . 



Name. 

Mabel Goodwin, 
Florence Hayden, 
LoTTA Hewson, 
Helen Howes, 
Catherine Kendrick, 
Edith McClure, 
Hattie McGregor, 
Ellen McGrew, 
Clara McLean, 
Marion Mann, 
Annie Mae Pinkham, 
Marinette Ramsdell, 
Anna Rouse, 
Mary Upham, 
Elizabeth Welty, 
Kate Wheldon, 



Club. 

S. D., 
S. D., 
S. D , 
S. D., 
Lasellia, 
Lasellia, 
Lasellia, 
Lasellia, 
Lasellia, 
S. D., 



Lasellia, 



Residence. 

East Hartford^ Conn, 

Denver^ Col. 

Kansas City^ Mo. 

Blaii^. Neb, 

St. Louis. j\Io. 

Dayton.^ Ohio. 

Springfield^ Ohio, 

Springfield^ Ohio. 

Rockville., Conn. 

East Weymouth^ Mass, 

Haverhill., Mass. 

Man is tee , Alich . 

Rochester, N. T. 

Newtonville., Alass, 

Bloo m ingt o n , ///. 

Emporia., Kan, 




Senior Class Ibistor^. 



*' JONIE '' DEERING has attracted much attention since her bir th- 
day, when she jumped into the President's chair and begfan to rule^ So 
tradition says* She has taken Mrs* Martin's exercises so longf that she 
has at last acquired the *^ Martin'' speciahy^ — repose in action* 

GEORGIA DUNCAN was certainly **born in advance of time," 
for the psalm ** I want to be a Military Man " had not yet been 
invented, and yet she had instincts of a §freat gfeneral* In early child- 
hood she improved each spare moment in drilling: the neigfhbors' chil- 
dren and other inanimate objects; a habit which has stood her well in 
need at LaselL 

MABLE GOODWIN commenced to be burdened with the cares, 
troubles and responsibilities of life March 3 J, 1778* She entered Lasell 
in the fall of 'OL Througfhout her career in school she has always 
made it her purpose to refrain from all kidishness, and to devote her 
time entirely to her lessons* 

CATHERINE KENDRICK, born in Webster Groves, Mo*; and in 
order that she migfht be known amongf Easterners as well as West- 
erners, she came to Lasell* The former have become much attached to 
her, but we have never been sure of her affections for us, because at odd 
moments in conversation she has been seized by a spasmodic movement 
of the left shoulder blade; an action known in polite society as 
shrugfgfingf* 

MARION MANN began to talk July 23, t880, at Walpole, Mass*; 
came to Lasell Seminary at the openingf of school *97, and has remained 

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here in spite of many flattering offers from Rogers Brothers to instruct 
the performers in the art of facial expressions* 

Emporia^ Kansas^ was suddenly awakened (accidents will happen) 
by the §fig"§fle of KATE WHELDON* It has now relaxed into its for- 
mer state of somnolency, while we are suffering"* Cheer up, Emporia, 
wait till June* 

BESSIE WELTY started her brilliant career in BIcomington, IIL 
When she had convinced the inhabitants of her native town that there 
was nothing they could tell her which she did not already know, 
she came to Lasell, and soon demonstrated this same fact to all of us* 
Bloomington, get your laurel ready. 

MARY UPHAM began to square up with the world October 2, 
iSStf for bringing her into existence, and has been busy ever since in 
making her friends wretchedly happy by practical Jokes* She has even 
been known to lie awake nights after nine-forty, planning up some 
special treat for a favorite (?) friend* 

Why do we say ''BELL CLOKEY of Illinois''? Why, everyone 
knows she is from Decatur* She has long since made her name in the 
literary world* Even as a little girl she wrote stories in her childish 
way, and so her talent increased, and when she accepted a position as 
Editor-in-chief on the school staff, — well (?) some do say that when 
her term of three months ended she tried to buy off the Editors for 
the other terms* 

Do the people of Haverhill realize what a great genius made her 
appearance in their town July J 3, J 880? No? Well, that is too bad! 
Suppose you inquire at Lawrence, for ANNIE MAE PINKHAM is a 
wonder* It is feared we don't know her true value, even if Fred does* 

HATTIE McGregor and ELLEN McGREW, 

They were two; 

What they did, 

Well, — we never knew. 

(Inquire at Springfield, Ohio*) 



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No doubt everyone knows how famous Los Angfeles has become^ 
for it is the home of the celebrated ELLEN CHASE^ the world-renowned 
pianist* AIthou§:h she was born at Cochituate, Mass*, Los Angfeles 
claims her because she moved there when a child* Since her arrival at 
Lasell, three years ago, her playing; has gfreatly improved (if such a 
thin§f were possible)* 

Ever-smilingf LAURA CHASE is the poet of Lasell* Her reputa- 
tion arrived here before she did, for before graduating; from the Los 
Angfeles High School she became prominent for her poetical attainments* 

If anyone goes into CORNELLS DOUGLASS' room at 9*^0, she 
will find the occupant following Mrs* Martin's advice and indulging in 
mahed milk* If ^^Cornie'' keeps this up she will so increase in avoir- 
dupois that we are afraid her Troy friends will not recognize her when 
she returns* 

EDITH McCLURE, a young society bud, graduated from the 
Dayton High School last year* She came to Lasell last September for 
a few finishing touches before blossoming forth into the gay world of 
society, so full of ^* proms*,'' etc* 

While living at Denver, FLORENCE HAYDEN was offered the 
position of prima donna in the comic opera **The Jolliers," but fearing 
she had not attained perfection in technique, she thought best to pursue 
her musical studies* The girls of her corridor no doubt appreciate her 
warbling* 

LOTTA HEWSON, whose fondness for Yale banners is quite 
manifest, was born at Kansas City, Kansas* Having attained sufficient 
knowledge at the High School there to enter Lasell, she left her ^^ happy 
home" in t900* Popularity was hers, and in J90t she became Vice 
President of the Senior Class* 

Readers of the Lasell Lea'ves can fully appreciate MARINETTE 
RAMSDELL'S ability for writing short stories if they have read her 
latest one, entitled, ^^Auburndale to Detroit in Twenty-seven Hours*" 

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This story relates her experiences en her trip Christmas, while g'oing to 
her home in Manistee, Mich* While at the Manistee Higfh School she 
was on the editorial staff of the hi§:h school paper* Desiring to perfect 
herself in that line, so that she mi§:ht return to Manistee and re-assume 
the editorship of the higfh school paper, she came to Lasell in J 900. 
Realizing: her literary qualities, the Seniors have chosen her for their 
honorable historian* 

As Blair, Neb*, did not furnish very g'cod facilities fcr learning: 
the arts of housekeeping- and sewing:, HELEN HOWES boarded the 
train for Auburndale one September day* She has not only learned 
to managfe a household, but also business affairs, and is the very active 
Business Managfer of the Lasell Lea<ves* 

Quiet, unassuming: BESSIE FULLER left ** home and mother '' for 
the busy life at Lasell last year* She has a wonderful memory, which 
displays itself at drill; for Bessie calls the roll so fast, the members of 
Company C hardly have time to answer* It is rumored that she 
hopes to enter the vaudeville, to exercise this talent* 

Twenty years agfo, when Auburndale's ** Wanamaker ^' opened his 
gforgfeous store with a bargfain sale, CLARA McLEAN was born at 
Rockville, Conn* The art of making gfreat bargains was infused in 
her, and the habit has never failed her; at least, that is what one 
would think from the results of her numerous shopping tours to 
Boston* 

Although GRACE BULLOCK gave up the charms of a minstrel 
show to come to Lasell, she has not forsaken her mandolin* She even 
becomes so enraptured while playing that she forgets about certain 
Saturday evening receptions* 

FLORENCE EBERSOLE (now I expect everyone wonders which 
one of the trio she is), having acquired all of the knowledge that 
Cincinnati afforded, decided to come to Lasell, where she and Annie 
Mae Pinkham became inseparable* It is sometimes a question how 
either one could ever exist without the other* 

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BESSIE DRAPER, who is always smiling', seems to be fittingf her- 
self for a society leader, where she expects to shine at the White House 
receptions, which she has already attended with her father* 



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ANNA ROUSE hies from Rochester, N* Y,, and is noted for her 
talkativeness'' and pleasingf ways. 




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junior Class. 



Motto: **Amor omnia vincit/^ 



Class Colors: Green and White. 



Class Flower: "White Rose. 



Class Yell: Hu-rah, hu-rah^ hu-rah-ree, 
We're the Class of '03. 
Ona tona wah tah, 
Ona tona wah tah, 
Ona tona wah tah, 
Wah ! wah ! wah ! 
Wa-a a a a a a h ! 



Nell D. Jones 
Isabella Blackstock 
Ida Mallory 



HONORARY MEMBER. 

Chauncey M. Depew. 

President. 

Vice President. 

Secretary- Treasurer. 



Name. 

Lena xArmstrong, 
Cecil Baker, 
Isabella Blackstock, 
Marie Biddle, 
Kitty Clemens, 
Edith Ebersole, 
Constance Erdman, 
Edna A. Frank, 
Marie Gibert, 



Club. 


Residence. 


S. D., 


Poze7nan^ Mont 




Hastings^ Neb 


Lasellia, 


Shahjakanpzir^ India 


Lasellia, 


Ashland^ Pa 


Lasellia, 


Pottsville^ Pa 


S. D., 


Cincinnati^ Ohio 




Allentoivn^ Pa 


Lasellia, 


Indiaitapolis^ Ind 




Cincinnati ., Ohio 


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Name. 

Carrie George, 
Bertha Hayden, 
Nell D. Jones,' 
Marion Loomis, 
Joel Lapowski, 
Frances Leavitt, 
Callie Le Seure, 
Ida Mallory, 
Helen Orcutt, 
Mabel Pooler, 
Edna Sawyer, 
Elizabeth Thorne, 
Mabelle Whitney, 
Winifred Knight, 
Sarah Soule, 
Harriet vSleicher, 



Club. 



Lasellia, 

Lasellia, 
S. D., 
S. D., 



Lasellia, 



Lasellia, 



Residence. 

Lyiin^ Mass. 

East Hartford., Co7in, 

Paris., III. 

Palmer.^ Mass. 

Abilene^ Texas. 

Butte., Mont. 

Detroit.^ Mich. 

Franklin^ Pa. 

Hor7tellsville., N. T. 

Wellesley., Mass. 

San Jose., Cal. 

G a rdin e r , Me . 

Boston Highlands., Alass. 

Bt4ffalo, N. r. 

Preeport ., Me. 

Albany, N. 1'. 




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junior Class tbistor^. 



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IN the fall of ninety-nine several girls passingf through one of the 
corridors of Lasell, heard wild applause issuing from a recitation 
room* **What is going on in there?'' asked one of the new girls* 
Oh, the Sophomores are holding a class meeting/' replied an all- 
knowing old girL A class meeting? To be sure* The new girls then 
held a whispered conversation, and separated with an air of great 
secrecy* The next morning a notice was read in chapel, announcing 
that there would be a meeting of the Freshmen in Room 2* It was 
then that our class came into existence, and although we were new 
and ** fresh" we held our first meeting, elected our officers and chose 
our motto and colors with remarkable dignity and wisdom* We met 
with and overcame difficulties not unlike those conquered by the pre- 
ceding classes, and when our year's work was finished we had stored 
up in our memories a goodly supply of selections from the Psalms* 

We entered upon our Sophomore year with more confidence than 
we had had as Freshmen, knowing that some of our corners had been 
rounded and a little of our greenness faded* Still, we did not boast, 
but struggled bravely with **Trig," showed our love for gymnastics in 
history, and finally crowned the year with a May-pole dance, the fig- 
ures of which were so fantastic and complicated that some of us feared 
for the dignity of the class* When Commencement Day came, and 
the Seniors received their diplomas, it was not with soft whispers but 
with glad shouts that we proclaimed ourselves Juniors* And did we 
not have reason to be joyful? The vision of class night had not 
faded from our minds, and we saw before us the honor and glory of 
carrying torches over our own dear Seniors the following June* We 
are not anxious to lose them, nor do we find suping for them a 
drudgery, but a pleasure, and we hope that the Juniors next year 
will find it the same with the girls of '03* We number twenty-five, 
loyal to our class and to Lasell, striving to live up to our motto, Amor 
omnia vindL 

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Sopbomore Class. 



Motto: **Quid tibi est/' 
Class Color; Purple and Lavender. Class Flower: Fleur-de-lis. 



Edith Sissox 
Gladys Patterson 
Joe Haley 



OFFICERS. 



President, 

V^ice President, 

Secretary- Treasurer. 



Name. 

Eleanore Bohm, 
Edith Baldridge, 
Emily Brookfield, 
Jane Ford, 
Courtney Harlan, 
Joe Haley, 
Janet Griffin, 
Katherine Jencks, 
Grace Ordway, 
Edith Sisson, 
Gladys Patterson, 
Charolle Strongman, 
Luctle Zeller, 



Club. 

S. D., 

Lasellia, 
Lasellia, 
S. D., 



Residence. 

Pater son,, N, J. 

Hollidaysburg^ Pa. 

Sterling., PI. 

Kingston., Mass. 

Ploojnington^ PI. 

Gardiiter., Me. 

New Haven., Conn. 

Nay at t Point, R. I. 

Lawreizce., Mass. 

Binghamton., N. T. 

Toronto., Caitada. 

Brooklyn, N. T. 

RicJunond, Ind . 



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Ibtstor^ of tbe Sophomore Class. 



IN the fall of nineteen hundred we appeared at Lasell, very timid 
youngf maidens, confessing:, when asked by some of the ** Old Gitls/^ 
that we were Freshmen* 

After havingf found our way to the numerous recitation rooms for 
classification, we gfathered in small groups to discuss the appearance of 
our new home; and questions such as, ^^Are you a Freshman or a 
Special ?'' were asked* 

A few weeks later a class meeting: was held, and the class of Nine- 
teen Hundred and Four considered itself well on the road to Fame* 
During: the year our class did its best, keeping: in mind the thoug:ht 
that if we studied enoug:h, didn^t buy candy, and had our Iig:hts out 
promptly at nine-thirty, we would become Sophomores some time in the 
distant future* The only important social event of the year was the 
g:rand (?) reception g:iven by the Faculty to the Sophs* and Freshmen* At 
the time we certainly felt very small and unimportant, but after it was 
over we ag:reed that we had carried our responsibility exceeding:Iy well, 
and we seemed to g:row in consequence* 

When September nineteen hundred and one came, and we returned 
for our Sophomore year, we greeted with joy the new Sophs* who came 
to swell our number; but even with their assistance we numbered but 
twelve* In our class meeting: we resolved upon the motto Qatd tibi 
est (** What's it to you?'^, and adjourned feeling: well satisfied with our- 
selves and our motto, which seemed to suit us so well* 

We have studied hard, and aIthoug:h after futile efforts to be polite 
and speak French, we have often been g:reeted with such expressions 
as ^^Oui, mon chien,'' **En Francais,'' ^^Chinois'*; still we have not 
despaired, but have strug:g:Ied on, learning: to dress in fifteen minutes 

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or less. Although no reception has been gfiven to ottr class alone this 
year, we have enjoyed the receptions §fiven by the Faculty, in which 
we have had a share, and have made them pronounced successes by 
our presence* 

The Sophomore Class has not yet shown the material of which it 
is made, but when the occasion offers we feel sure we shall not be 
found lacking', and, therefore, we close with the cheerful thougfht that 
we are the '^ Class of the Future/' 




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jfvcsbman Class. 



Motto : " Deo iuvante/^ 
Class Colors : Gold and White. Class Flower : Daisy. 



OFFICERS, 



Elizabeth Whitley 
Helen Daxforth 

Xame. 

Helen Danforth, 
Ethel Foss, 
Edith Solomon, 
Virginia Tabler, 
Eois Thomas, 
Barbara Vail, 
Elizabeth Whitley, 



Club. 

S. D., 



vS. D., 
Lasellia, 



President, 
Secretary , 

Residence. 

Washington,, III. 

Farmington^ ]\Ie. 

Pittsburg,, Pa. 

Harrodsburg,, Ky . 

Newton,, Mass. 

Nagasaki^ Japan. 

Monticello, N, T. 



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Mistor^ of the jfresbman Class. 



IT was with new hopes and higfher inspirations that three passengfers 
changfed from the Prep* train at the station September 26^ J 90 J, to 
the Freshman train* Already on this train were four others who 
had never before been over any division of the Lasell route* All was 
hurry and bustle* Schedules, catalogfues and ** Guides to Life ^^ were in 
§:reat demand* After they had consulted these pamphlets, and made 
numerous trips to the bureau of information, several of the new mem- 
bers of the Freshman party decided to changfe occasionally to special 
trains for the sake of variety* Before longf, when the last good-bys 
were said to the kind friends who came to see them off for Lasell 
Diploma, the train pulled easily out* 

One member of the class managfed so well to ^atl her identity that 
a passeng-er meeting: her in the excitement of starting: mistook her for 
a member of the Senior party, which was just leaving: on another track* 

It was not until we were well on our way that we were seven* 
This discovery was made one day when an ambitious member of the 
party, who later consented to act as manag:er (aIthoug:h the thoug:ht 
of the responsibility made her turn W^ArY(e)Iy), invited us to meet that 
evening- in the Eng:Iish section to become better acquainted* All (?) 
g:ladly accepted* When we returned to our various sections we were 
physically, not spiritually, chilled by the nig:ht air* Anyone wishing: 
a fuller account of this informal meeting: will please inquire of Miss 
cAusiirif who, because of the porter's neg:Iect to furnish Iig:ht, kindly 
offered her assistance* 

The first stop the Freshman train made, except the one at 
Thanksg:iving:, which was just to g-et a g-ood meal, was at Christmas 
vacation* There the passeng:ers rested from their travel throug:h Book- 
lore for three delig:htful weeks* 

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One of the first thmg:s that the Freshmen saw when they resumed 
their journey was a prominent mathematical P{\)ackard^ which boldly 
said, ** Seein§f is not telievingf/^ This sig-n was above the box of planes 
and solids in the bag-gfagfe car* 

Often the train ran slowly, btrt the passeng;ers never got off except 
at stations* They had teen kindly warned by those who had ridden 
over the same road the year before, and must have been speaking from 
experience, that it was not safe to get off, for cows were likely to take 
them for grass* 

One little Freshman was attracted by tempting ^aies into the 
Latin section, where her brain received a severe strain* 

The smoothness of the whole journey was due to the exceptionally 
fine train* However, our Carpenter and fireman occasionally found it 
necessary to stir up the coals of discipline to a gflowing fire* 

Slowly but surely the train was pulling in to its destination* The 
passengers, who for three days had been strugglingf to sort out the 
articles they were going to wear from the necessary debris of packingf, 
gathered in the parlor car* There they were found after the train had 
stopped, still saying ** Gcod-by*'' 




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Specials. 



Color: Yellow, 



Flower: Daffodil. 
Motto: **Haud ye leal/' 



Name. 

Adams, Abbie, 
Allen, Verana, 
Arnzen, Laura, 
Albright, Margaret, 
Blague, Mabel, 
Blum, Mabel, 
Badet, Eva, 
Ball, Bessie, 
Barnet, Edith, 
BuFFiNTON, Mary, 
Brown, Louise, 
Bryce, Janet, 
Coleman, Bessie, 
Coleman, Sybil, 
Clark, Dore, 
Clark, Ethel, 
Davis, Fonnie, 
Drake, Agnes, 
Dale, Grace, 
Ebeling, Ella, 
Ebersole, Helen, 
Ellwood, Eleanor, 
Emerick, Harriet, 



Club. 



S. D., 
S. D., 
S. D., 

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Residence. 

Pittsfield, N. H. 

Atkinson^ Kan. 

Fall River .^ Mass. 

Allentown.^ Pa. 

Springjicld., Afass. 

Galveston., Texas. 

Sozitk Bend., Ind. 

Norwood Park., Chicago., Ill . 

Springfield., Mass. 

Fall River., Mass. 

De Kalb, III. 

Pittsburg., Pa. 

Troy., Ohio. 

Troy., Ohio. 

Milfo rd., Co n n . 

Bradford^ Pa. 

Lawrence., Mass. 

Pittsfield, N. H. 

Marietta., Ohio. 

Evanston., III. 

Cinciitnati., Ohio. 

Sycamore., III. 

Milton, Pa. 



Name. 

Foster, Grace, 
FoLGER, Ethel, 
Franck, Christine, 
Fraser, Sara, 
Galloway, Anne, 
Humphrey, Adele, 
Hunt, Emily, 
Hammond, Rachael, 
HoLBRooK, Laura, 
HoLBROOK, Sarah, 
Holtzman, Clara, 
Hook, Ethel, 
Hughes, Sarah, 
Jewett, Edith, 
Jewet, Margaret, 
Jones, Mabel, 
Kneeland, Caroline, 
Lamb, Georgie, 
Laughlin, Clarice, 
Lockvvood, Edna, 
Leonard, May, 
Matthews, Grace, 
Mahler, Myrtle, 
MacDonald, Josephine, 
Manchester, Bertha, 
Miller, Martina, 
MoTT, Alice, 
Nelson, Miriam, 
Nash, Anna, 
Palmer, Mae, 
Patterson, Gladys, 
Paley, Josephine, 
Pease, Etta, 
Rogers, Ladora, 
Stone, Elizabeth, 



Cluli. 

Lasellia, 



S. D., 
S. D., 



S. D., 



S. D., 



Lasellia, 
S. D., 



Residence. 

Lancaster^ Pa. 

South FranilngJiam^ Mass. 

Lanark.^ III. 

Saginaw^ Mich. 

Fond du Lac^ Wis. 

St, Louis., Mo. 

Concord., Mass. 

Lyons., N. T. 

Bradford., Pa. 

Bradford., Pa. 

Schenectady., N. 7\ 

Brewer., Ale. 

Poxcroft., Me. 

Auburndale ., Mass. 

Auburndale., Mass. 

Evans ton., III. 

Warren., Ohio. 

Roxbury., Mass. 

Portland., Me. 

Pawtucket^ R. I. 

Somerset^ Mass. 

Toungstown., Ohio. 

Cleveland., Ohio. 

Rossland., B . C. 

Providence., R. I. 

Columbus., Ohio. 

Rochester, N. T. 

Derby Line., Vt. 

Addison., Me. 

St. Paul., Minn. 

Toronto., Canada. 

Beloit., Wis. 

Springfield., Alass. 

Wheeling., W. Va. 

Hollidaysburg., Pa. 



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Name. 

Smith, Florence, 
Shields, Mabel^ 
Salmon, Loretta, 
Stahl, Alice, 

SCHRAM, Eo, 

Slack, Beatrice, 
Tripp, Delta, 
Woodbury, Lila, 
Wolf, Edna, 
Wright, Agnes, 
Skinner, Ruth, 
Taylor, Rose, 
Wells, Ada, 
Osgood, Lila, 



Club. 



Lasellia, 
S. D., 



Lasellia, 
Lasellia, 
Lasellia, 



Residence. 

Fitchburg^ jSIass. 

Albany, N. T. 

Beloit, Wis. 

Bellevu e , Oh io . 

Seattle , Wash . 

Bj'ookliite, j\Iass. 

New Bedfoi'd, Mass. 

Burlington., \t. 

Kansas City., j\Io. 

Milwaukee., Wis. 

Keene, N. H. 

Mansjield., Ohio. 

Newtonville.^ Mass. 

Box bury , Mass. 





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|pveparatoii2 Class. 



Name. 

rutii butterp'ield 
Edith Hill 
Mildred Johnston 
Georgia Lamb . 
Argenta MacDonald 
LiLLA Osgood 
Beatrice Slack 
Marion Stahl . 
Bertha Tibbetts 



Address. 

Kingman^ Me. 

Gilm anion., N. H, 

JEvanston., III. 

Roxbury ., Mass. 

Rossi and .1 B. C. 

Roxbury., Mass. 

Rrookline., Mass. 

Rellevue^ Ohio. 

Goffstovj7i., N. H. 



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Song of the Supes 



TUNE: ** SEEING NELLIE HOME. 



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OME, ye Sitpes, and raise your voices 
To the praise of Seniors gfrave; 

'Tis for them we sweep and dust and labor, 
And for them we love to slave* 

Chorus* 

YcSf we'll gfladly sing our roundelays 

To the gfirls of '02, 
And we'll ne'er forgfet in future days 

Our Seniors dear and true* 

'Tis with pride we hold their torches; 

'Tis with joy we make each bed; 
And it is with sorrow we look forward 

To the time farewell is said* 

Chorus* 

Yes, we'll gfladly singf our roundelays 
To the gfirls of '02, etc* 



W* K* 



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1ft'8 Xasell. 



TUNE: "YOU'RE THE ONLY ONE. 



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HERE'S a school where the girls are all clever; 

It's Lasellt it's LaselL 
Fond memories will haunt me forever 

Of Lasell, of LaselL 
There's a school famed abroad througfh the nation; 

It's the best, one can tell, 
For you know without any explanation 

That 'tis named LaselL 

Chorus* 

It is named Lasell, 
Yes, it's named LaselL 
Of the schools I find. 
There are none to my mind 
Like this same LaselL 
Yes, this same Lasell ; 
There's none can compare 
With the standard taught there 
In this same LaselL 



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Icajioin )-4s f 0.11 je u,'),o cKvir Kiu, 




'*S.JS^ 



Abbie Adams 
Aargaret Mlbright 
Aarana VLLE>r 
Anna Andrews 
Aena Lrmstrong 
A aura Lrnzen 
BvA Eadet 
Becii. Caker 
Bdith Eaedrige 
Bessie Ball 
Bdith Earnett 
Barie Middle . 

BSABELLA IlACKSTOCK 

Bable Mlague 
Bleanor Eohm 
Bmily Erookfield 
Bara Srown 
Banet Jryce 
Bary Muffinton 
Brace Gullock 
buth rutterfield 
Cllen Ehase 
Caura Lhase 
Carriet Hhilds 
Cora Dlark 



'M\I>' 



''Silent and True." 

"The Art of Letter Writing. 

"Modern Ghosts. 

" An Ambitious Woman. 

"A Hopeless Case. 

" Harvard Stories. 

Lady Peggy Goes to Town. 

"A Daughter of the West. 

. " In Laughland. 

"A Rebellious Heroine. 

"Red as a Rose is She. 

"Fables in Slang. 

' ' How ? When ? Where ? 

"Vesper Bells. 

"The Silent Partner. 

. " Her Baby Brother. 

"Eleanor. 

"Brought to the Front. 

. (See "Aouse/') 

"The Lamplighter. 

"Pure Gold. 

" Blessed be Drudgery. 

"Her Boston Experiences. 

. "Bound to Rise. 

. "Dora Darling. 



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Cthel Ei^ark 

CmIKV Er.EMENS 

Cell Blokey 
Cybil Soleman 
Drace Gale 

Delen Hanforth 

Cessie Boleman 

DONNIE FaVIS 

Doanna Jeering 
Dornelia Couglass 
Dgxes Arake . 
Dessie Braper . 
Deorgie Guncan ) 
Fessie Buller i 
Ella Ebelixg . 
Edith Ebersole 
Eelex Hbersole 
Elorexce Fbersole 

ElEAXOR ELL^VOOD 

Earriett Hmerick 
Eary Mrdmax 
Fthel Eolger 
Fennie Jord 
Fthel Eoss 

Frace Goster 

Fhristine Cranck 
Fdna Eraxc 
Fara Sraser 
Gnne Aalloway 
Garrie George 
Garie Mibert . 
Gabel Moodwin 
Gary Moodwin, "The 



. "Dona Perfecta. 

( " Songs Before Sunrise. 

i "Tarry Thou 'Til I Come. 

"Little King Davie. 

"Worth Winning. 

"Harum Scarum. 

"Impressions and Experiences. 

"Under Two Flags. 

"How to be Pretty Though Plain. 

. "Good For the Soul. 

"The Seats of the Mighty. 

"Bashful Fifteen. 

"A Senior's Devotion. 

"The Washingtonians. 

"Bound Together. 

. "The Life of Greene. 
"A Dream of Fair Women. 
"To Right the Wrong. 
. " Camping Out. 
"The Shadow of a Dream. 
Memories of a Musical Life. 
"Three Stranded Yarns. 
"A New England Nun. 
"An Agitator. 
"Steadfast, 
( "Twenty Minutes Late. 

( " A Victim of Circumstances. 
"Twice Told Tales. 
"Dri and L 
" The Sentimentalists. 
"Our Little Ann. 
"The Serious Wooing. 
"The Guardian Angel. 
"The Night Hawk. 
Evangelization of the World in this Generation. 



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Ganet Jriffin . 
Hoe Jaley 
Hachel Rammond 

HOURTENEY CaRLAN 

Hertha Bayden 
Hlorence Fayden 

HOTTA LeWSON 

Hdith Eill 
Haura Lolbrook 
Hara Solbrook 
Hlara Coltzman 
Hthel Eook 
Helen Howes . 
Harah Sughes . 

HdELLE AUxMPHREY 

Hmily Eunt 
Jatherine Kenckes 
Jdith Eewett . 

JiLDRED MOHNSTON 

Jabel Mones 
Jell Nones 
Katherine Kendrick 
KiNA Veyser 

KiNlFRED WnIGHT 

Leorgia Gamb . 
LoEL Japowski 
Llarice Caughlin 
Lrances Feavitt 
Lay Meonard . 

Lallie Se Ceure 

Ldna Eockwood 
Larion Moomis 
Lyrtle Myman 

MOSEPHINE JacDoNALD 



. "In the First Person.' 
"In the Cheering-up Business.' 
"The Invisible Man.' 
"My Wayward Partner.' 
"What Can She Do?' 
"The Opinions of a Philosopher.' 
. "A Bud of Promise.' 
"A Young Barbarian.' 
. "Out of the Hurly Burly.' 
"Pleasures of Life.' 
"Ten Thousand a Year.' 
"The Master Craftsman.' 
"A Little Country Girl.' 
"Only a Fiddler.' 
"Her First Appearance.' 
"A Little Maid of Concord Town.' 
"The Gentleman from Indiana.' 
"In a Steamer Chair.' 
"The Professor's Daughter.' 
"The Big Bow Mystery.' 
"Letters to the Joneses.' 
"Her Ruling Passion" [Van Dyke] 
"Burying the Hatchet.' 
"The Unknown Masterpiece.' 
"Hard Cash.' 
. "Ye Book of Good Times.' 
"The Silent South.' 
"The Rambler.' 
'The Autobiography of a Professional Beauty.' 

"The Wise Woman.' 

"The Descent of Man.' 

"This Wicked World.' 

"Come Forth.' 

"The Rhymer.' 

"In Search of Mademoiselle.' 

. "What Gold Cannot Buy.' 



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Mrgexta AacDonald 
Myrtle Mahler 

Mda Iallorv 

Mertiia Banchester 
Marion Mann . 
Mrace Gattiiews 

MCDITH ElURE . 
MCATTIE HgREGOR 

Mcllen Egrew 
McLARA Clean 
Martlva Miller 
Mlice Aott 
Nnna Aash 

NiRIAM MeLSON 
NiLDRED MiCKERSON 

Oelen Hrcutt 
Or ACE Grdway 

OiLLA LSGOOD . 

Pnnette Aaley 

Paye Malmer . 
Pladys Gatterson 
Ptta Eease 
Pnnie Aae Minkham 
Plizabeth Eolhemus 
Pabel Mooler . 
Rarionette Mamsdell 
Redora Logers 
Rnna Aouse 

SORETTA LaLMON 

Sdna Eawyer . 
Sabel Mhields 

So ECHRAM 

Sdith Eisson 



"Breaking the Record.' 
"Vacation Days.' 
f "Essays in Idleness.' 

( "The Drones Must Die.' 
"The Sleeping Beauty.' 
"Silence and Other Stories.' 
"Friends in Exile.' 
All Sorts and Conditions of Men. 
. " How to Swim.' 
" The Story of My Heart.' 
"At Heart a Rogue. 
"The Majesty of Calmness. 
"A Pair of Blue Eyes. 
"Rings and Love Knots. 
"That Beautiful Wretch. 
"The Possibilities of a Chafing Dish. 

"Born to Serve. 

"But Men Must Work. 

"Innocents Abroad. 

"Good Old Times. 

( "The Cup of Trembling, 

( "Pushed by Unseen Hands. 

"'Twixt Cupid and Croesus. 

"The Way of Perfection. 

"Harvard Episodes. 

"The Story of an Untold Love. 

. "A Dear Little Girl. 

" Plain Speaking. 

"The World's Almanac. 

. "By the Still Waters. 

. "A Breaker of Laws. 

"The Sacrifice of Silence. 

"A Daughter of the West. 

. (See "Wnight." 

"Jane," "Mountain Playmates. 

. "Don't Worry. 



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Seatrice Black 
Sarriett Hleicher 
Slorence Fmith 
Sdith Eoloman 
Sara Soule 
Slice Atahl 
Sarion Mtahl 
SoRA Ctowe 
Sharlotte Ctrongman 

TlRGINIA VaBLER 

TosE Raylor 
Tois Lhomas 
Tlizabeth Ehorne , 
Tertha Bibbets 
Telia Dripp 
Varbara Bail . 
Wda Aells 

Uary Mpham 
Wessye Belty . 

Wate Kheldon 

Wlizabetii Eijitley 
Wabelle Mhti ney 

WiLA LOODBURY 

Wdna Eoolf 
Wgnes Aright ' 

ZUCILLE LeLLER 

Babel Mlum 
Brancis Fuzelle 
Jargaret Mewett 
Karolyn Cneeland 
Slizabeth Etone 

SUTH RkINNER . 



The 



''The Still Water Tragedy.' 

''The Portion of Labor.' 

"She Walks in Beauty.' 

"Bunny's Friends.' 

"Near to Nature's Heart.' 

. "Great Expectations.' 

"Easy Steps for Little Feet.' 

"Active Service.' 

"A Genuine Girl.' 

"True as Steel.' 

"A Transplanted Rose.' 

"A Herald of the West.' 

"Little Saint Elizabeth.' 

" Success is to You,' 

"The Lady of Dreams.' 

"Sermons Out of Church.' 

(See "Black." 

"On Time.' 

"Climbing the Rope.' 

( "An American Girl Abroad.' 

( "In Silk Attire 

"The School for Saints.' 

"It's Never Too Late to Mend.' 

"My Literary Passions.' 

. "Gossip in a Library.' 

. "The Golf Girl.' 

"Wolfville.' 

. "A Girl in Ten Thousand.' 

"Dame Care.' 

Annals of a Qiiiet Neighborhood.' 

. "Sweet Sixteen.' 

"A Daughter of To-day.' 

"A Bashful Maid/ 

. "A Lady of Quality.' 

"A Rogue's Conscience."^ 

"The Green Flag." 



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**1keep ®ut! Zhis nDeans ^^W 



C 



HAIRS and pillows in the hall ; 

Windows open wide; 
Dressingf table standingf bare — 

Trinkets all inside. 
* Busy '^ si§fn upon the door ; 

Ctipid inward peeping: — 
What does all this rumpus mean? 

Why — it^s Mable — sweepings ! 

Couches covered o'er with rugfs 

And photographs gfalore; 
E'en his photogfraph has gfone 

(Hidden in a drawer). 
Hear the broom's resoundingf whacks! 

Dust is upward leaping;! 
Heav'ns — is this a hurricane ! ! 

No! — 'tis Mable — sweepingf. 

See the figfure stern and gfrim 

Wieldingf wild the broom; 
Dust-cap set on frowsled hair; 

Air of settled gfloom. 
Is this some poor tortured mind 

In confinement's keepingf? 
Can it be you have not gfuessed — 

It is cMable — siveepingl 

***** 

'Tis the Sabbath — Hark that sound ! 

On her door tacked ** Sleeping;." 
She gfoes to Harvard Monday next — 

It is Mable — sweepingf! 



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Urri'luv. Btiilya^. 



Xasellia Club. 



First Term. 



Presideut . 
Vice Preside if t . 
Secrefarv . 
B II .V iji ess J/a u a s^c r 
Critic 

Excc?itivc Comuiittee 



Guard 



Joanna Deering. 

Catherine Kendrick. 

Hattie McGregor. 

. Joel Lapowski. 

. Kate Wheldon. 

/ Ellen Chase. 

) Kitty Clemens. 

C Rose Taylor. 

Isabel Blackstock. 



Second Term, 



President . 
I ice President . 
Secretary . 
P 21 sin ess ^Ia)?ager 
Critic 

Executive Committee 



Guards 



Catherine Kendrick. 

Isabel Blackstock. 

Nell Jones. 

. Joel Lapowski. 

Katherine Jencks. 

( Florence Smith. 

Grace Bullock. 

Josephine Haley. 

Ellen McGrew. 

Edith McClure. 



I 



Third Term* 



Preside?tt . 
Vice President . 
Secretary . 



Nell Jones. 
Kate Wheldon. 
Kitty Clemens. 



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Business Manager 
Critic 

Executive CoiJimittce 
Guards 



. Joel Lapowski. 

Winifred Knigtit. 

Ruth Skinner. 

Cornelia Douglass. 

Marie Biddle. 

Mabel Pooler. 

Katherine Jencks. 



MEMBERS. 



Marie Biddle. 
Isabel Blackstock. 
Grace Bullock. 
Ellen Chase. 
Kitty Clemens. 
Bell Clokey. 
Joanna Deering. 
Cornelia Douglass. 
Grace Foster. 
Edna Frank. 
Josephine Haley. 
Katherine Jencks. 
Nell Jones. 
Catherine Kendrick. 



Winifred Knight. 
Joel Lapowski. 
Josephine MacDonald, 
Edith McClure 
Hattie McGregor. 
Ellen McGrew. 
Clara McLean. 
Mabel Pooler. 
Ruth Skinner. 
Florence Smith. 
Rose Taylor 
Kate Wheldon. 
Elizabeth Whitley. 
Agnes Wright. 



Mr. Dunham. 
Mr. Hills. 
Mrs. Loomis. 



HONORARY MEMBERS. 

Mrs. Martin. 
Miss White. 
Mr. Winslow. 
Mr. Jewett. 



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Bnoos's Mill. 



BE IT REMEMBERED, that I, Bri^^s Bragdon, of Aubumdale, in 
the County of Middlesex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

bein§f of sound instinct and voice, but knowingf the uncertainty of 
dog- days, do make this my last Tvill and testament 

After the payment of my just debts (meat bills) and funeral 
charges, I bequeath and devise as follows: — 

To any hurdy-gfurdy playing my funeral march — my vocal cords 
to draw the wagon* 

To all persons liable to lose themselves — my collar* 

To any person romantically inclined — a lock of my auburn (dale) 
tresses* 

To the Allerlei board — restfulness and a resigned spirit warranted 
not to fade in any kind of weather* 

To a certain member of the Senior Class — my gravity* 

To anyone found and convicted of being a punster — a sympa- 
thetic wag* 

To the orphans of Newton — paws* 

To the chorus classes — my musical ear* 

To B* V* all my personal love, providing she expresses affection 
for no other dog except he looks like me* 

To my *^ other canine friends'' the best of wishes* 

To testimony whereof I hereunto set my paw, and in the pres- 
ence of three witnesses declare this to be my last will, this thirty- 



* Found while making excavations for the foundation of Carpenter Hall. 

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second day of Febtuary, in the year one thousand eight hundred and 
ninety-two* 

BRIGGS BRAGDON. 

On this thirty-second day of February, A* D* 1892, Brigfgfs Bragf- 
don, of Auburndale, Massachusetts, has sigfned the foreg^oingf instrument 
in our presence, declaring: it to be his last will, and as witnesses thereof 
we three do now at his request, in his presence, and in the presence 
of each other, hereto subscribe our names. 

COLLIE WHITE. 

BUL DOGGH. 

FOX TERRIER. 




5^ 



tlbe Sono Crase. 



^ ^ 111^ want a school songf/' 
^^1 Said our dear principaL 

*^We have waited too longf; 
Come try, one and all/' 

A maiden near by, 

With a tune in her mind, 

Said, **l guess I will try* 

Now a rhyme I must find/' 

She read all the books 
On rhyming and verse; 

She absorbed with fixed looks 
All rules, long or terse* 

She roamed most the time. 
Her pencil firmly grasping. 

To jot down a particular rhyme 
Which came not for the asking* 

Her friends she forsook. 

Her lessons neglected; 
Her parents overlooked. 

Rhymes only selected* 

This mania lasted 
Till long into June; 

Then her hopes they were blasted- 
Some girl used her tune* 



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\ . '*^-' 



JJrehMiI>'/dlu -. 



S. S). Society. 



First Term* 



President . 
\ ice Preside /it 
Secretary . 
Treas?( rer . 
Critic 



Executive Coiuniittce 



Ushers 



President . 
^ ice President 
Secretary . 
Treasurer . 
Critic 



Executive Coni?nittee 



Second Term, 



Ush 



ers 



Third Term.* 



Preside7it . 
Vice President 
Secretary . 



\ 



I 



Marion Mann. 

Frances Leavitt. 

Mabel Goodwin. 

. Bessie Draper. 

. Mabel Shields 

Helen Howes. 

Floss Hayden. 

Edna Lockwood. 

Edith Sisson. 

Callie Le Seure. 



. Bessie Draper. 

Edna Lockwood. 

. Mabel Shields. 

Callie Le Seure. 

Mabel Goodwin. 

Lena Armstrong. 

Edith Ebersole. 

Florence Ebersole. 

Emily Brookfield. 

Eleanor Ellwood. 



. LoTTA Hewson. 

Helen Howes. 

Lena Armstrong. 



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Treasurei' 
Ci'itic 



Executive ComiJiittee 



Ushers 



Edith Ebersole. 

Helen Ebersole. 

{ Bertha Manchester. 

j Sara Holbrook. 

j Ella Ebeling, 

Emily Brookfield. 

Anne Galloway. 

Helen Danforth. 



I 



Lena Armstrong. 
Emily Brookfield. 
Helen Danforth. 
Bessie Draper. 
Ella Ebeling. 
Edith Ebersole. 
Helen Ebersole. 
Florence Ebersole. 
Eleanor Ellwood. 
Anne Galloway. 
Mabel Goodwin. 
Florence Hayden. 



MEMBERS. 

LOTTA HeWSON. 

Sara Holbrook. 
Helen Hoaves. 
Adele Humphrey. 
Frances Leavitt. 
Callie Le Seure. 
Edna Lock wood. 
Bertha Manchester. 
Marion Mann. 
Mildred Nickerson. 
Edith Sisson. 
Mabel Shields. 
Barbara Vail. 



HONORARY MEMBERS. 

Martha Ransom. L. M. Packard. 

Florence H. Marston. Clara M. Austin. 

Mary A. Mullikin. Evelyn Bates. 

Fraulein Stuven. 



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**Xrbe Moilb 18 full of IRubs." 



Shakespeare Class* — **May smile, and smile, and be a villain/' 

Faculty nigfht* — '**It is meet 

That noble minds keep ever with their likes/' 

Gym* HalL — **The way of trans§:ressors is hard/' 

Grinds. — *'MtJch study is a weariness of the flesh/' 

M* J-n - - 0-. — '^A babe in a house is a well-sprin§f of pleasure/' 

K-t-y C--m-n-*— **What I have been taugfht I have forgotten; 
what I know I have gfuessed/' 

Feasters*— ** We burn dayligfht/' ''Some of us will smart for it/' 

Senior play. — ''A Daniel come to judg'ment." 

M-r - - n-t-e. — ^* Who says in verse what others say in prose." 

Strikes. — ''The endearing: elegfance of female friendship." 

5.30 P. M. — '^And men sit down to that nourishment which is 
called supper/' 

Congfregational choir. — '^I thank you for your voices, thank you, — 

Your most sweet voices/' 

Vacation. — "Eyes, look your last; 

Arms, take your last embrace!" 

Rising: gfongf. — " Methougfht I heard a voice cry, ' Sleep no more ! ' " 

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ff 



A* K* J* — ** Oh, my prophetic soul, 

Mine uncle!'' 

Allerlei Board* — **CudgfeI thy brains no more about it/' 

Monday callers* — ^^None but the brave deserve the fair/ 

Carpenter HalL — *^ Now by St* Paul the work goes bravely on/' 

9.30* P* M* — ** Tired Nature's sweet restorer, balmy sleep*" 

Readingf classes* — *^Fire in each eye, and papers in each hand. 

They rave, recite and madden round the land*" 

Feasts* — *^In hollow murmurs died away," 

'^Or whisperingf, with white lips, — ^The foe! 
They come! They come!"' 

Brigfgfs* — *^And in that town a dogf was found^ 
As many dogfs there be." 

A* M* P* and F* E* — ** A sudden thought strikes me, — let us swear 
an eternal friendship*" 

Mail time* — '* Magnificent spectacle of human happiness*" 

Dessert* — *'A delusion, a mockery and a snare*" 

2*20 P* M* — *^Go forth under the open sky, and list 
To Nature's teaching*" 




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Canoe Club. 



Pi'esideitt 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treas7(rer . 
Captaiji 



Joel Lapowski. 

Frances Leavitt. 

Georgie Duncan. 

Kitty Clemens. 
Miss Ransom. 



MEMBERS. 



Isabel Blackstock. 
Grace Bullock. 
Kitty Clemens. 
Georgie Duncan. 
Carrie George. 
Catherine Kendrick. 
Joel Lapowski. 



P'rances Leavitt. 
Josephine MacDonald. 
Miriam Nelson. 
Annie Mae Pinkham. 
Miss Ransom. 
Ruth Skinner. 
Florence Smith. 



Mary Upham. 



6r 



IFntrobuction. 



CHIS world is full of gfirls, they say; 
A different type you meet each day» 
And now ril tell 
How at Lasell 
You find a few at work or play* 



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Ikobak (3irL 



CHIS one has the kodak craze; 
She^s always seen on sunny days* 
Without a doubt, 
If you don't look out, 
She'll claim you with her ** taking'' ways* 




(3^m. (3irl. 



D 



AILY in the §fym* she tries 

To make her muscle of great size* 

She ligfhtly swings 

Upon the rings, 
And ^* turns a crab^' high in the skies. 




riDilitar^ (3irl. 



C 



WICE a week this maiden toils 
And battles bravely with the foils* 

She must be wary 

And learn to parry* 
From tests of strengfth she ne^er recoils* 




Svpimmino (3irL 



U 



PON the springf-board sits the maid* 
Of waters deep she^s not afraid* 
Into the pcol^ 
So calm and ccol^ 
She soon will dive quite undismayed* 




/ 



£. >^4-i"y-S-t. 



(3olf (3irl. 



J\ 



STRIKING maid, the ^olf girl tall; 
She swingfs her club and ^a/s the balL 
With gfraceful ease, 
From off the tees, 
She drives it far beyond them alL 




c 



Society (3irl. 



AN this be true, — a low-necked gfown? 
'T would gfive a cold, — the very sound* 
Is this a joke? 
No; she dons a yoke 
When she comes to Lasell from her native town* 



IDrill 



OFFICERS OF COMPANY A, 
Captain^ Georgih Duncan. Liciiteiiant^ Joel Lapowskt. 

Sergeants. 

Firsts Carrie George. Second^ Miriam Nelson. 

Thirds EDirir Slsson. 

OFFICERS OF COMPANY B. 
O^/A?///, Ellen Chase. Z/<?///^;/a/2/, Annie Mae Pinkham. 

Se}'gea7its. 

Firsts Lena Armstrong. Second^ Mabel Shields. 

Third^ Mabel Goodwin. 

OFFICERS OF COMPANY C. 
Captain^ Ida Mallory. Lieicte7tant^ Bell Clokey. 

Sergeants. 

First., Bessie Fuller. Second., Harriet Childs. 

Thirds Mabelle Whitney. 



Hffinities. 



Edna Frank ci: 

Florence Ebersole \j 

Winifred Knkjht HD 

Elizabeth Whitley ^ 

Mabel Goodwin n^ 

Ella Ebeling f| 

Ruth Skinner U 

Edith Ebersole ;z) 

Joel Lapowski (J 

Ellen McGrew c: 

Helen Orcutt ^ 

Eva Badet ci: 

Bertha Manchester zd 

Harriet Emerick v^ 



Katherine Jencks. 

Annie Mae Pinkham. 

Nell Chase. 

Callie Le SeurE. 

Helen Ebersole. 

Helen Howes. 

Florence Smith ci: Grace Foster. 

FoNNiE Davis. 

Marie Biddle. 

Laura Chase. 

Eo SCHRAM. 

Beatrice Slack 3 Miss Bates. 
Joanna Deering. 
Edith Baldrige. 



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(Sluestions anb Hnsvpers. 



(ADOPTED FOR THE POST-GRADUATE COURSE AT LASELL.) 



Are there any other societies at school? 
Oh yes; there are the C* P/s» 

Who are they? 

The choice spirits of the school, taken in regfardless of color or 
previous condition* 

What is the object of the society? 

To hoe in heavy — and **qtjit splashinV^ 

When do they meet? 
At every meaL 

Do they elect officers? 

Oh yes; the presidents and the executive committee* 

What are the qualifications for presidency? 

Anyone who lives up most to the rules and regfulations* 

What are the rules? 

Can't say* They are not adapted to common minds* 

How do they vote? 

By all in favor answeringf **Me*'' 

Who, then, is that ** old boy ** who always says ** no '^ ? 
Oh, that's *' Contrary-minded*'' 

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One of them never seems to pay any attention to what's gfoingf 
on. Is that ^* Feeble-minded '' ? 

No. That's *^ Absent-minded/' She's moved now* She ivas one 
of the origfinal G» C* P.'s. 

What do you mean by the G* C* P/s? 

*^Ha, ha ! That's telling:*" You cannot always sometimes tell what 
is concealed therein* 

Is there any sense to this performance? 

Not a bit* It is used merely to pass away the time between the 
arrival of the soup and the candy predicted by Our False Weather 
Prophet and that never materializes* 




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(3lcc Club, 



Annie Mae Pink ham 
Helen Ebersole 
Florence Smith 
Bessie Draper . 
Ethel Hook 
Miss Bates 

First Soprano* 
Mabel Blague 
Georgie Duncan. 
Annie Mae Pinkiiam. 
Kate AVheldon. 

First Alto* 
Miss Bates. 
Louise Brown. 
Ruth Skinner. 
Sarah Soule. 



President. 

Secretary- Treasitrer. 

Assistant Accompaiiist- Critic. 

J^ibrariaji-Manager. 

Accompanist. 

Director. 

Second Soprano, 
Isabel Blackstock. 
Bessie Draper. 
Helen Ebersole. 
Bertha Hayden. 

Second Alto* 
Laura Chase. 
Janet Griffin. 
Charlotte Strongman. 
Lucille Zeller. 



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Joel Lapowski . 
Ida Ma l lory 

First Mandolins* 
Marie Biddle. 
Helen Ebersole. 
Carrie George. 
Joel Lapowski. 
Callie Le Seure. 



. Leader. 
. Acconipanist. 



Second Mandolins, 
Grace Bullock. 
Edith Sisson. 
Ruth Skinner. 
Delia Tripp. 



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®ut Seniors. 



01 



HO is it every Monday g'oes to town? 

Out Seniors* 
Is always invested with black gown? 

Our Seniors* 
Who at chapel sit in fronts 
Of all blame they bear the brtint? 

Our Seniors* 

Who is it are expected the school to carry? 

Our Seniors* 
And at one common table do make merry? 

Our Seniors* 
Who have ^' supers'^ as their rigfht, 
Can see callers Saturday nigfht? 

Our Seniors* 




79 



Seconb Series of tbe tribune pdmer. 

(WITHOUT APOLOGIES TO THE AUTHOR OF THE FIRST SERIES.) 



DO you see that longf bttildingf on a hill ? Well, that is a door, is it 
not, under that rain-shed? Yes, that is the *^ Front Door/' Do 
people ever reach that ** Front Door''? Yes, some, after frantic 
endeavors to climb that steep hill in front of it* 

Do yoti see that little window in the hall with a ligfht over it ? Do 
you see those gfirls before it? Wait a moment and you will see those 
gfirls try to kill one another. Never mind, for you will soon see the 
victors happily bearing: off their spoils* Their killed and wounded 
comrades, you ask? No, no; their mail* 

Is this a table? Yes, this is a diningf table* There is a cloth on 
this table and dishes on the cloth* Is there anything: in those dishes? 
Yes, but we know not what to call it* 

Do you see that tumbler? It has an envelope over the top of it 
and on this envelope rests a spoon* If the gfirl gfets thirsty can she drink 
its contents? Safely; it is just water* Some may tell you it is medi- 
cine* They are mistaken* 

From whence come all those riotous sounds of merriment? Do 
you not know ? Why, this is Friday* Some children are very interested 
in revising' Shakespeare's tragfedy of ** Hamlet" to a pleasing- comedy* 

What is this piercingf bit of sarcastic matter clothed about in the 
semblance of a smile? This is a squekh* Alone? Never! They 
always come in bunches* 



80 



**1[ Cannot XTell Mbat the Bickens 
11318 Bamc ITS/' 



4 ^ ^ HE was the loveliest of women, with eyes of azure, clear as the 
^% waters of a brook laugfhingf in the summer sun ; '' ** her cap of 
velvet could not hold the tresses of her hair, that fell in masses 
down her neck/^ But ** her innocence was betrayed by falsehood and 
base sorcery/' To the king, as judgfe, she said, **On you, my lord, 
with anxious fear I wait, and from your jud§fment must expect my 
fate/' ** Heaven is above all yet; there sits a Judgfe that no prince 
can corrupt/' I did no murder* ^' Oh, keep me innocent ! " ** My voice 
is still for battle " — ** trial by battle I " So a champion comes, — ** his 
sunny locks fell on his temples like gfolden fleece," ** his face the index 
of a feeling: mind," his dress of azure and gfold* ** The midday brougfht 
the sigfnal-sound of strife " ; ** the combat deepened " — ** strife and thrust 
and flash and cry " — the traitor wounded fell. And so he of the fair 
hair wooed her of the blue eyes, and said to her : ** A heaven on earth 
I have won by gfainingf thee/' **Be silent and safe" one short year; 
ask not my name or country — ^* silence has many advantagfes/' So he 
found **how much the wife is dearer than the bride/' But, breaking: 
her vow, she questioned him until in sorrow he said, ** * Persuade me no ; ' 
to you I am lost/' So he who **came like shadows, so departed/' 

**He came like a dream in the dawn of life, 
He fled like a shadow before its noon ; 
He is gone, and my peace is turned to strife, 
And I wander and wane like the weary moon/' 

** What so tedious as a twice told tale ? " 

E. M. E., '03. 

8i 



^i88ionar>2 Society. 



President . . . . ,, . . Mabel Goodwin. 

Vice President ..... Isabel Blackstock. 

Secretary . . . . . . . Fonnie Davis. 

Treasurer . ... . . . Ida Mallory. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, 

Miss Packard. Bessie Draper. 

Hattie McGregor. 

Cbnstian Bnbeavor Society. 



President ....... Nell Jones. 

Vice President ...... Laura Chase. 

Secretary . . . . . . Mary Buffinton. 

LOOKOUT COMMITTEE. 

Fonnie Davis. Helen Ebersole. 

Clara McLean. 

PRAYER MEETING COMMITTEE. 

Grace Foster. Bessie Fuller. 

Georgie Duncan. 

MISSIONARY COMMITTEE. 

Mabel Goodwin. Hattie McGregor. 

Ellen Chase. 

MUSIC COMMITTEE. 
Mabel Whitney. 

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HE has earnest eyes of gray, 
Tender^ true and jolly, 
Dark brown hair, and dimples deep; 
We call this maiden, *' Polly/' 

But deeper than those dimples are, 
More subtle than her eyes. 

Is the smile she gfreets Professor with* 
He is youngs, and thinks she's wise* 



83 



Xookino JSackwarbs. 



Men's faults do seldom to themselves appear/ 



Famous hatchets* — Carrie's and Georgfe's* 
French class* — ^^Is my mother a codfish ?'' 

THOSE ANSWERS IN HISTORY CLASSES. 
^^Wilhelmina is Emperor of Holland now/' 

*' Diogenes was the man who lived in a barrel/' 

**Ovid wrote 'Legfends of Women/" 

^*What temple was erected in the Forum? The Temple of 
Morals/' 

^*Juno was a famous man worshiped in Augfustus' reigfn/' 

*^The Julian Emperors were those who followed Alexander/' 

In Literature* — C - - m-n- : ** I think ^ In Memoriam ' was written in 
J933/' 

First GirL — ^* Where are you gfoingf?" 

Second GirL — ^'Up to the studio to see Miss Miller burn" (wood)* 

Room — ♦ L - - a-* — ** I just love this hour*" 
A---e-*— ''So do I* What time is it?" 

84 



A Senior* — ** How do spell char acteristict Miss Adams ? ** 
Another one* — **The Hindoos never bringf anythingf of violence 
into their drama such as eating:^ drinkingf and fasting/' 

E-, — ''You are a docile staircase/' Her French for '^scholar/' 

Why is Marionette like the king: of Piedmont ? 
Because they both called for the almanac^ 

Freshman* — *'Are we allowed to have callers Saturday nigfhts? 
Sophomore* — *'LxDok on the 'Guide to Life/'' 

" Is this the way to Lasell Cemetery ? " 
"No; you have to die first/' 

In Civil Government* — "At a table sat some youngf men all covered 
with papers*" 




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jfables. 



ITbe Banquet, 

¥TUNGER, one day^ was strollingf throttgfh the Atmosphere, and 
I ¥ chanced to lodgfe in a certain Corridor of a Girls^ SchooL The 
Inmates of one of the Rooms made Preparations to banish the 
unwelcome Guest, when all at once many of the provisions Disap- 
peared ? 

Moral: Don't room in Crazy Alley, 



H poor (3irL 

Once a Youngf Maiden became Hard Up, and resolved to sell some 
of her Personal Property* She was on the High Road to Prosperity 
when she met with a Rebuff, 

Moral: Before startingf on a business venture put your room in 
order, 

Ubc /ID, of It), 

A Troupe of Actors wished to give a Play which would be pleasing" 
to the Critics and win Renown and Recognition for themselves. Its 
first Performance was proving a Stupendous Success, when all at once 
Panic struck them, and they fled to Tall Timber, 

Moral: Remember the saying, **A dropped foil shows which way 
the girls go,'' 



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Page. 

Dedication .............. 7 

Preface ............... 9 

Board of Editors ............ 11 

Faculty 12 

Senior Class 17 

Senior Class History ........... 19 

Junior Class .............. 25 

Junior Class History 27 

Sophomore Class ............ 29 

History of the Sophomore Class ........ 30 

Freshman Class ............. 33 

History of the Freshman Class 34 

Specials ............... 36 

Preparatory Class ............ 39 

Song of the Supes ............ 40 

It's Lasell .............. 41 

"Abandon Hope, All Ye Who Enter Here" . . . . . . 42 

*• Keep Out! This Means You" 47 

Lasellia Club ............. 49 

Briggs's Will 51 

The Song Craze 53 

S. D. Society .............. 55 

'The World is Full of Rubs" 57 

Canoe Club .............. 61 

Introduction ............. 62 

Kodak Girl .............. 63 

Gym. Girl .............. 64 

Military Girl ............. 65 

Swimming Girl ............. 66 

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Page. 

Golf Girl 67 

Society Girl . . 68 

Drill 71 

Affinities . . . . . . . . . . . . . , yo 

Questions and Answers ........... 74 



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Glee Club . 

Mandolin Club . . . . . 

Senior Statistics ............ 78 

Our Seniors .............. 79 

Second Series of the Tribune Primer 80 

"I Cannot Tell What the Dickens His Name Is" 81 

Missionary Society 82 

Christian Endeavor Society .82 

*' Polly" 83 

Looking Backwards 84 

Fables . . , 86 



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and Boxes suitable 
for Presents 



CHOCOLATES AND 
BONBONS 

146 Tremont Street, Boston 



BAGASSE 



Send a postal with ad- 
dress and we will re- 
turn an interesting 
folder giving- full in- 
formation relating to a NEW INDUSTRY, in 
whieh yon can advantageously make yourself 
personally interested. Address DEl'T. 3, 

ELIOT & CO., 17 MILK STREET, BOSTON. 



C.A. /F: Crosf?y ^ Son, 

Jewelers and Silversmiths., 

^7^ Washington Street y 

"John D. Crosby. Comer of Avon Street, 

Boston., Mass. 
Telephone No. 16 Oxfo?'d. 

Every Musical Want 



\ of music-lovers supplied at 
once from our ten-story stock 

OLIVER DITSON CO. 

451 Washington Street, BOSTON 



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